Andrew Jackson Middle School students have placed highly in several competitions around the state this year.
Due to the recent inclement weather closings, the traditional school calendar will now include May 28-29 and June 1-3 as make up days. The year-round school calendar will now include April 13-17 and June 1 as make up days.
The weather recently has cancelled classes across the state and kept a lot of kids at home. But in today's world, it no longer means kids get a day away from school.
Capital High School student Pete Nichols is the first West Virginian to be accepted to the National Youth Orchestra. He will perform at Carnegie Hall before leaving on a seven-city tour of China this summer. More than 1,000 teenagers auditioned for this year's orchestra and 110 were accepted.
Cedar Grove Middle School seventh grade student, Caitlyn Ovaldson, was selected to represent all KCS middle school students at the 2014-2015 Youth Art Month Exhibit for her 2-D watercolor painting. The exhibit dates will be at the Parkersburg Art Center from February 28-April 1, 2015. After the exhibit is concluded in Parkersburg, Caitlyn's watercolor will be on display at the Charleston Clay Center on Friday, April 3, 2015.